I am a 21-year old, Italian female, but I am categorized as white on my college transcripts, just as everyone whose ancestors originate from some part of Europe.
Writers Archives: Raechel Fittante
Around here, the little things count. La Verne is a unique little town. I say little town because the population is only roughly 32,000. As with all cities, there are interesting as well as annoying things one should consider before making the choice to move here permanently. With brainstorming efforts of myself and some long […]
Ever been to Claremont? The shady trees, the old historic houses and the narrow streets stand proud, nestled into a little corner below Foothill Boulevard and between the rough and rowdy cities of Montclair and Pomona.
Four years ago as a freshman she qualified for nationals in the javelin field event and represented the track and field team in Illinois. Two years ago today, she gave birth to her son Benjamin.
I have never been a follower. For that I guess I can blame, or thank my parents. I was always taught to be a strong individual and not one to run with the crowd. So with that ethic in mind, ever since I was a freshman at this school and some friends of mine began […]
An open letter to the University of La Verne community submitted to the Campus Times yesterday afternoon by Delta Sigma Phi offers apologies to various organizations on campus, as well as an open invitation to a community picnic to be held Thursday, May 1.
For what University of La Verne senior Jeff Parness believes to be retribution for turning in his pledge pin and dropping out of pledging Delta Sigma Phi, he came home Monday afternoon to find that someone had allegedly entered his apartment when he was in class and left human waste on his living room floor.
Unlike the film “The Saint,” about a man without an identity, the soundtrack comes across with a solid persona. All of the songs run in thematic correlation to one another, making them sound similar in a generic way when they already have the same electronic basis.
We are a nation full of procrastinators, and I am the worst one of all.
Allen Ginsberg, one of the last surviving fathers of the Beat Generation, died at age 70 Saturday morning of terminal cancer spurned on from the liver disease that had been eating away at his body for years.